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How can a SaaS company increase the DA of its website?
What really worked in our (Cloudways) case was having a blog an continuously producing quality content to get relevant and good number of traffic. How to get traffic is another science.
I second Arsalan.
You want to build your DA:
1 - Create great content that adds value to your audience
2 - Distribute that content across social media land.
So think posting in:
- Facebook Groups
- LinkedIn Groups
- LinkedIn's Pulse (an original article on their platform)
- Online Forums
- Reddit Groups
- Zest or Quuu
- Getting it featured in Publications
- And more!
It's a lot of work.
But over time - your DA, traffic, and popularity will increase.
How to get traffic is another science. You can also take help from Social Sharing like:
- stumble upon
Does DA stand for Domain Authority?
Some factors that affect the DA which aren't limited to SaaS nor sorted by its importance are,
- Domain age
- Domain history
- Link quality
- Link relevancy
- Link profile
- Trust score
- Social score
Yeah. I understand this. Thanks a lot for your insights.
The first thing to have is a blog of your SaaS and then perform following thins to increase its DA
1. Link Building
2. Internal Linking
4. Publish Post Consistently
5. Speed Up Your Website
6. Be Active on Social Media
7. Delete Bad Links
8. Make Sure your Site is Mobile Friendly
9. Patience is Key to Success
10. Text Links
Either its a SaaS website or any other kind of website, the basic of domain authority works same. One of the most successful way to increase DA is having an internal blog (Which can easily make it possible to flow link juices to home and other pages of the website) and posting articles on that consistently. Once you start getting traffic and links then DA will automatically increase. But you need a lot of patience in the process. Keep promoting your blog post on Social media and try to bring as much traffic as you can. You need to work on internal linking as well. Internal linking is one of the most important factor but people often forget about it.
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